Some councils have strict rules and regulations in regards to tree removal for residential and commercial sites. Our qualified staff will help you with this information and will instruct if council approval is required. Trees that are not maintained properly have the potential to cause serious damage. Dead limbs can come down in strong winds,
Introducing our Tree Division
We have been asked so many times over the years if we remove or prune large trees, if we grind tree stumps or even chip fallen branches, that we finally decided to make a change and be able to say ‘yes’.
Whilst we are well aware of the importance of preserving and protecting the environment, and the place trees have in it, there are times when trees do need to be removed and provided we are happy with this reason – we will happily oblige.
As well as our landscaping team continuing to plant hundreds of trees and plants, a lot of which are natives, we will also commit to donating to ‘Trees For Life’ on a monthly basis.
Trees for Life, is a not for profit, community based organisation working with everyday people helping to restore the natural environment through revegetation and conservation since 1981. Trees for Life also raise funds to help protect wildlife habitat, work to re-establish biodiverse plantings on private land, provide revegetation, conservation and restoration services training for landholders and the broader community.
You too can donate by clicking this link: https://treesforlife.org.au/
Please see a list of some of our tree services:
– Tree removal
– Tree pruning/management
– Fruit tree pruning/management
– Stump grinding/removal
– Elm leaf beetle treatment
– Storm damage control
More About AHLG Trees
We'll get our hands dirty so you can keep yours clean.
In the late 1980’s, Elm leaf beetle (Xanthogaleruca luteola) was accidentally introduced to Australia and has since spread in numbers large enough to have a huge detrimental impact on the Elm Tree population. It migrated to Adelaide in Spring 2010 and has become an ongoing issue throughout Adelaide and in particular, the Adelaide Hills. The
We are fortunate enough to have partnered with the most insane piece of machinery we have come across in all our time in the horticulture industry….the CRANESAW!! This bad boy really needs to be seen in action to be believed. Cranesaw Australia was established by Lee Wiseman and Grant Rae in 2018 in South Australia